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    Hi,

    Listen I'm a french student and I'm currently in my final high school year.

    I just wanted to know if you guys could explain to me what A and AS levels are , how many you need for universities ect...I'm asking this because even though I'm working really hard for the french baccalaureate I'm sometimes scared of the results as it is one of the most difficult academic system in the world...

    So just in case I might self-study A levels I would like to know a little more about them.

    Thanks to all of you
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    even though AS and A2 courses are presented as 2 different courses, they are in fact 1 course split into 2 parts. Each half of the course takes a year and can be made up of several units.

    At the end of each of the year you will have exams as well as in the January of each year and any exams, except the ones you take in the June of the second year, can be retaken.
 
 
 

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